UNDATED - The National Weather Service says a Wind Chill Warning will remain in effect until noon on Friday.

Brisk northwest winds will combine with the arctic air to produce wind chill values of 20 below to 40 below zero.

Looking ahead, several weak disturbances will traverse the region over the next few days and produce some light snow. The first system will move along and south of the Minnesota River valley Friday night. The second system will move across the northern Minnesota and Wisconsin on Saturday evening, and a third system will bring chances for light snow across central Minnesota and western Wisconsin.

Finally, warmer weather will spread across the Upper Midwest beginning early next week.